If it’s true that it takes years of preparation to be an overnight success, the same can also be said of many laws approved during a legislative session.
This year is a prime example, with several high-profile measures having been considered by the General Assembly before. That includes those addressing booster seats, dating violence and an update of the state’s telecommunications laws.
A recent news article that went largely unnoticed involved a young girl and her class photo.
An Ohio eighth-grader named Sophie chose a black t-shirt with the word “FEMINIST” in white letters across the front to wear on class photo day. She had worn the shirt before, it did not break any dress code standards and no one said anything to her about it on that day.